Party must seize the initiative on Brexit following Dugdale’s departure
Comment John Mcternan
Expect the unexpected is the new law of politics. Brexit would fail. Trump would lose. Theresa May would have a 100seat majority. Corbyn couldn’t win Middle England. A second independence referendum was inevitable. The SNP were unbeatable. One by one, all those certainties were proved wrong.
And now, with the resignation of Kezia Dugdale, a further truism crumbles. “All political careers end in failure,” they say, but not so Kez’s. Her stint as Scottish Labour leader